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Experience the All-New Infinity Climber at Liberty Science Center

It's less than 2 weeks until winter break. Cold days outdoors can mean long days indoors.

Take a break from the ordinary with a visit to Liberty Science Center. From December 20 through January 1, 2015, Liberty Science Center is celebrating 12 Days of Science. During this time, guests will have the opportunity to try the all-new Infinity Climberbuild and display a huge snowflake, meet a penguin, taste ice cream made with liquid nitrogen, and see special live shows. Most activities are included in the price of admission.

My family and I had the opportunity to experience the Infinity Climber over the weekend. Liberty Science Center invited a few New Jersey bloggers to meet Melissa Gorga from The Real Housewives of New Jersey and to take a spin on the Infinity Climber. We are big fans of LSC and welcome any opportunity to see a new exhibit, especially a completely hands-on one such as the Infinity Climber.

The Infinity Climber is a multi-story play structure suspended in the atrium of the LSC for guests of all ages to enjoy. Whether you choose to climb, crawl, or delicately balance yourself as high as 35 feet above the atrium floor, you'll have a thrill of a time in this modern day climbing gym.


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Melissa Gorga and her children were the first thrill seekers to explore the Infinity Climber.

The Infinity Climber is the world’s first suspended climbing play space of its kind. With 64 petal-like platforms anchored to curved steel pipes, Infinity Climber is cantilevered to the wall of LSC’s three-story atrium. Although it looks like a mesh netting, it is actually hand-threaded wire that protects and surrounds the Infinity Climber to prevent climbers from falling to the ground below.





Disclosure: My family and I received complimentary admission to LSC for the purpose of a review of the Infinity Climber. All opinions are my own. 

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